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Officer Jesse Martinez / Officer Dominique Trahan

 

September 2018

Officer Martinez 

During the month of September, I, Officer Jesse Martinez, met with three residents who reside in my patrol beat, beat 4.

I met with Stephanie Moran who has had a huge impact on the community and the beat. Ms. Moran advised me that she has been organizing the beat party for beat 4, a part of the national night out event, for over ten years. Ms. Moran says she enjoys being a part of the community, is enjoying watching national night out become bigger and enjoying the overall community.

I also met with Dustin and Krystal Cook. They advised they have lived in the city for a long time with their two children. They have stated it’s pretty quiet in the area and that they are close friends with their neighbor advising it’s a tight knit community. Mr. Cook stated he appreciates the efforts of the city police department in its ability to be more intimate with the community it protects.

I also located on junk vehicle in my beat. The vehicle is a bronze in color 2005 Toyota Sequoia bearing TXLP FTJ9641.  A notice of the violation was left with the home owner. No street lights were observed to be non-functional in beat 4.

I made contact with Mike Oliver, and with Jeffrey Mayberry, registered sex offenders, in beat 4. Mr. Oliver and Mr. Mayberry are in compliance with his address, and phone number as required by law. 

 Officer Trahan

During the month of September, I met with three new residents in my beat. I first met with Patricia Layton who has lived in Richmond for a year. Ms. Layton said that she hasn’t had any trouble with the area since she has lived here. Ms. Layton said it is very quiet. I left Ms. Layton my business card and advised her to contact me if he had any questions or comments about our beat.

Also this month, I met with Yvonne Wrench. Ms. Wrench stated that her family has lived in Richmond for over 33 years. Ms. Wrench said that she has some specific concerns. Her concerns were that people are trespassing on her property, people speeding through the “DIP” and tons of stray dogs. Ms. Wrench and I discussed her concerns and I advised her that I would be trying to address her concerns.  I left Ms. Wrench my business card and advised her to contact me if she had any more questions or comments about our beat.

Lastly, I met with Ana Merino this month. Ms. Marino stated that her family has lived in Richmond for approximately 4 years. Ms. Merino also advised me about the speeding in the “DIP”. I advised Ms. Merino that I would look into this issue. I left Ms. Merino my business card and advised her to contact me if she had any questions or comments about our beat.

I did not locate any junk vehicles this month in my beat. I will be continuing to look for junk vehicles in the months to come.  I have also worked with Officer Martinez this month and we were able to set up a beat party for National Night Out at Cornerstone Ministries, located at 103 N Second St.

At this time, I have two registered sex offenders in my beat. The registered sex offenders are Jeffery Mayberry and Mikael Oliver. Mr. Oliver is in compliance with his address, and phone number as required by law. Mr. Mayberry is also in compliance with his address, and phone number as required by law. Officer Martinez whom I share a beat with and has made contact with the Mr. Oliver and Mr. Mayberry.